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Any way of running a program in the background that can call a procedure every time the contents of a specific directory changes?
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The only way I know of doing this is to use the Dir function or a FileListBox or FS call to keep track of the files in a directory. Then you match the current contents of the directory with the last time you looked at the directory...


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"Automatically Detect When the Contents of a Folder Change"

http://www.thescarms.com/vbasic/FolderSpy.htm
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Cool - thanks.
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